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Questions on JVCds6

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by peeler, Oct 21, 2005.

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  1. peeler

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    Hi :hiya:
    just brought the tv but have a few questions,

    1. When connected to the pc through divi to vga there is slight ghosting is this due to the connection or because the t.v doesn't have 1:1 pixel mapping or due to the resolution ( set at 1024x768 ).

    2. Also how can i get sound through the speakers when also connected to the pc.

    Thanks :smashin:
     
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    Bumpty bump
     
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    bump
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    bump :thumbsup: :lease:
     
  6. richard plumb

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    Oh alright then :p


    PC sound goes via phonos into EXT3 L/R audio channels. You'll probably need a converter cable to go from 3.5mm-phonos. I don't know what you do if you have something else using EXT3 as well. Should be OK to combine the signals but don't have sound coming from both at once.


    what res are you setting with DVI? Its probably a scaling thing, as HDMI sockets are generally for video, so you won't usually get the flexibility that you get from the VGA port - you may find you get a better pixel match on the VGA and it'll look better.
     
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    Checkout my/others answers on this thread, as for sound, richard is right - use a jack to phono cable - depending on your PC's sound output.

    Use the VGA port - it allows the full resolutions to be run with powerstrip and a little work - or almost with no extra s/w and std drivers.

    http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=240667&highlight=lt-37ds6*

    Of course, if you're using the 32"er then things may be different - it being a different/less capable panel than the 37 (same res, just smaller (obviously) and slightly slower speed).
     

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